5 Memory Box and poppystamps Spring cards…

Hi everyone!  Five cards to share today with a variety of dies from the January release

The first card is the Backyard tree die…I made it up on the new chipboard card base with gesso and distress paints… the grass is really greener in real life.  I don’t have the card anymore so I couldn’t take the picture over.

This is the Sketch Floral die and Thank you Manuscript die.

Doodlebug White Enamel Dots for accent…

 

 

For this card I used the Ring a Ding Corner die and Happy Bday Pop Culture Cut Out die…

Distress ink blending on Mixed Media card…

For this card I used the Palma Curve die, Stitched Bloom Trio die and Happy Birthday Pop Culture die…

and the last card…

I always have a terrible time taking pictures of pink cards!  So strange!  sorry…they are pretty IRL!

I used the Floral Dotted Border die and Scribble Hello die…

Lots of beautiful dies!  Thanks for stopping by today!

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23 thoughts on “5 Memory Box and poppystamps Spring cards…

  1. You are a wonder with these dies!!!!! So many gorgeous cards!!!! Love the pink bloom with gingham background!!!! Each one a CAS beauty Pam!!!!!

  2. These are all amazing!! I keep scrolling up and down trying to pick my favorite, because that’s what I do, but it’s hard! I think it’s the blue one with the tiny gingham background! That is SO cute!! Love them all though 🙂

  3. Number 2 stole my heart – I love the mix of dots and checks, and the colors are so pretty! Each card is beautiful, you are SO talented! I’d love to know how you managed to get that Palma Curve Die to embed so perfectly. There is nothing to glue to, so how did you do it???? Curious minds want to know 🙂 Thanks for always inspiring! Going to see the ‘grands’ on Friday!!! Hugs…

  4. These are all just wonderful, I love the Thank you card, such pretty use of the designer papers. cool way for the lettering on the mixed media card and your pink cards are both so lovely, classic!

  5. All are so pretty and I agree the blue one spoke to me. Although, I have to say I really love the one with the stitched flower on it….I have that die set and have used it so much I’m surprised it will still cut. LOL I’ve even used that set for making flowers with foamiran and it’s stunning. I’ve been having fun playing with the foamiran and have made a number of gift boxes and shadow box projects using my foamiran flowers….the feedback has been overwhelming.

  6. ok, pam! got a question for you! on the blue sketch flower die, how do you keep the patterned pieces imbedded into the die? just the foam pieces underneath holding them in place?
    love all the cards, especially that one and also like the offset letters on the black card…striking!
    tfs, sandyh

  7. Oh, those are all so pretty! LOVE the sweet blue thank you card and the pretty pink birthday card with the darling flower.
    All the colors look gorgeous to me!

  8. Wow have you been busy! They are all so cute! I love that gingham paper! Just too cute! I remember swinging on tire swings! Oh how I wish I still could! LOL! Great cards Pam! 🙂

  9. Lots and lots of awesomeness to see here today! First sample I’ve ever seen with the Palma Curve. That’s one I bought (card tomorrow). I love that Birthday Pop Culture die, too. I might have to somehow CASE the last card in pink. It’s so pretty with the border and pink polka dots showing through. Very cool how you did the acrylic background on your first card. Love love love love the blue card! Wow x 5!

  10. Love each and every one of these Pam – the Dotted Border one is just so beautiful – love how you have the gift of showcasing how lovely these dies are and their potential!!

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